TCM FAB-D: DIVARTY Sensors
The Capabilities Development & Integration Directorate (CDID) Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Capability Managers (TCMs) coordinate and integrate doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, and facilities (DOTMLPF) issues and materiel solutions across current and future Army organizations. They maintain a balance between deployability, sustainability, and in-theater foot-print with lethality, mobility, and survivability. Current organization will evolve as operating environments change. TCMs must monitor current, proposed, and future organizational structure and equipment requirements to ensure all capability gaps are addresses to reflect the needs identified by the Department of the Army.
Duties will include:
- Capture and document user required capabilities and capability gaps for input into CNA IAW the CNA annual cycle, ICD, CDD, CPD and/or other required JCIDS documents as required to support future Field Artillery/Fires Sensor Systems. The contractor shall provide input for future Field Artillery/Fires Sensor Systems performance and requirements related documents. This documentation will be provided to the COR using standard Microsoft Office products including MS Word, PowerPoint, or Excel.
- Review, analyze, and provide input as the lead integrator for developmental efforts on future Field Artillery/Fires sensor capabilities; provide subject matter expertise to support future artillery sensors requirements for inclusion into DOTMLPF.
- Coordinate and staff potential system development/improvements with materiel developers, operational units (Active and Army National Guard), other CDID directorates/COE’s, USMC, USN, Test Officers, Program Managers (PM), Program Executive Officers (PEO), HQDA Staff, DOD Staff, and Multinational Services to ensure future Field Artillery/Fires Sensor Systems meet user requirements and provide needed capabilities for future force structures.
- Monitor and submit recommendations on behalf of current and emerging requirements/technology for concept development of future Field Artillery/Fires Sensors.
- Develop/update associated TTPs and review applicable Field Artillery/Fires manuals with the DOTD, FCOE Master Gunner Division to develop updates reflecting the addition of any new artillery sensors capabilities ensuring that information is prepared for inclusion in relevant Field Artillery manuals and doctrine.
- Support the development of proposed future concepts and studies for Field Artillery/Fires Sensor Systems and support tests or experiments involving these systems; provide subject matter expertise input and capture and document results that impact the Soldier and FA organizations; provide trip reports within 72 working hours of completion for Test, exercise, and experiments.
- Track and recommend changes to the Army force structure, provide input into future BOIP, AAO, and FDU affecting Field Artillery/Fires Sensor Systems and units.
- Develop weekly and monthly activity reports for use by TCM, CDID, and FCoE leadership. The status report will include the status of future system production/fielding’s, testing, system modifications/ improvements, input from institutional and operational units, critical maintenance issues, key future activities and other associated efforts.
- Update applicable portions of all briefings for presentation to foreign groups and delegations, TRADOC, DA and DOD visitors and representatives and other individuals and organizations as necessary. Prepare fact sheets, talking papers, decision papers and other sensors related documents as required.
Minimum Position Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree in arts or science and shall have at a minimum 10 years’ experience within the DoD. This experience must include as a minimum: (10) years’ experience with DoD Artillery Units/Organizations with a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in Field Artillery/Fires Sensors Systems.
- Shall have 1 year experience and training in combat developments or the acquisition process IAW DoD Directive 5000.02 that include DOTMLPF for a Field Artillery/Fires Sensor Systems.
- Shall have a proven and verifiable track record in previous Field Artillery/Fires Sensor Systems positions and assignments.
- Qualified candidates shall possess briefing experience in order to articulate future requirements to vested Field Artillery/Fires Sensor Systems stakeholders.
- Provide proof of experience and training associated with towed field artillery systems, combat developments and acquisition process, and bachelor’s degree. Proof of experience to be submitted to be considered as qualified experience can be from any or a combination of the following:
- DD Form 214
- Officer Record Brief
- Enlisted Record Brief
- Certificate(s) of Training
- Officer Evaluation Reports
- Enlisted Evaluation Reports
- Proficient in the following Microsoft Office Suite programs: Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel
Security Clearance Requirement
Place of Performance
Fort Sill, OK
At LHG, we offer our employees a full comprehensive and competitive benefits package. Our benefits package features:
- Competitive salaries
- Paid time off
- Health, dental and vision insurance
- Company paid short/long term disability
- Company paid Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment insurance
- 401(k) (up to 3% matching)
- Other company perks
The Loch Harbour Group is an equal opportunity employer, all interested qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, D/M/V/F. LHG welcomes and encourages diversity in the workforce.